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LIS 2004: Introduction to Internet Research


August 2012. Includes Lesson 2 Images, omitted in previous version. LIS 2004, Introduction to Internet Research is a one-credit hour online course. The course focuses on methods of accessing information resources available through the Internet. Students will learn how to design effective search strategies, retrieve, evaluate, and cite Internet resources.

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Meg Hawkins [Hawkins_Meg], Alexis Carlson , Shelly Schumcker, Ross Martin, Ingrid Purrenhage, Marjorie Young, Joanne Connell, Jenny Saxton , Laurie Hime, Frank Dowd, Eric Dillalogue, Diana Matthews, Connie Head , Jeremy Bullian

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Internet, research, information literacy, Web, World Wide Web, search engines, searching, libraries, databases, LIS2004, LIS 2004, citations, evaluation



Requirement Type

This is a course in HTML format. The textual and graphic content require a Web browser and/or a Course Management System for viewing. The videos not embedded require the appropriate player/plug-in for viewing.

Interactivity type

Active, Expositive

Learning resource type


Educational context

Community College, Higher Education

Typical learning time


Has costs


Educational description

This is a complete course including readings, discussion questions, exercises, an exam, and a project. The entire course can be utilized by institutions offering LIS2004 as a 1 credit hour course. Components of the course could be utilized for information literacy modules.

ERIC Thesaurus Terms

Information Literacy, Information Skills, Internet

FL Statewide Course Numbers (Higher Ed)


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The course is in .zip format. The user will need to have a program to unzip the files. FYI: Most Course Management Systems support importing .zip files and should do so without issues. If problems do occur, please contact your IT staff and/or

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Name: LIS2004August2012(2).zip
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